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How to get to Leverburgh and the Isle of Harris

You can travel by air to the Western Isles from Edinburgh, Glasgow or Inverness on a daily basis to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.  Then travel 56 miles along the A859 towards South Harris.

A good bus service operates on a daily basis from Stornoway to most of Harris and is run by Hebridean Transport Ltd, for more details on timetables, etc click on the links below.

Alternatively cross on the Caledonian MacBraynes car ferry "Mv Hebrides" from the Isle of Skye to Tarbert in North Harris. You can also come over from North Uist on the "Mv Loch Poirtan" car ferry to Leverburgh in South Harris and travel North through the island.

For the latest timetables click on the links or icons below.

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